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With all the hustle and bustle this season brings; take a deep breath, sip on some hot chocolate and enjoy every page of this very Special Christmas Issue of All About the Table®. There is so much to share, I almost don't know where to begin! So, I will let this be a surprise as you turn each page to find table top inspiration, beautiful creations that you can make, gift giving recipes, and ... should I tell you??? The big man stopped by... you know the Man with the Bag... the big red suit, only this time he flew south for his favorite cookies and hot chocolate.Here's to wishing you great joy, peace, & happiness this Christmas season! xoxo
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Celebrating Jesus Christ who is.....
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Love, Joy, Peace, Savior of the World
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Shiny Gold & White
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...Makes Season Bright!
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SHINING BRIGHT... Let your light shine as you set your table with bright gold & white metallic shimmer! White tree candles to mirrors, crystal even polka dots.
Shiny gold chargers with white dinner plates create a stunning foundation for polka dot cups & saucers. White candles on crystal stands with ceramic trees and gold leaves grace the table as easy centerpiece. White linen napkins hemstitched with metallic gold thread boasts white, gold beaded Christmas tree napkin ring at each place-setting.
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... All Day & Night!
Decorated snow flocked tree features white & gold tipped poinsettia clusters with ribbon loops. Sparkling white & mirror glass ornaments, gold ferns & beaded picks, white lights and crystal icicles. Make your dining room shiny bright, with gold & white. All About the Table Magazine-2022- December Special Issue-9
Inspired Mirrored Christmas Tree . .
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DIY Mirrored Christmas Tree Supplies Needed: 1/2" plywood, 6-12" x 12" mirrored tiles, tile adhesive or mirror mastic, hammer, chalk, large sponge, gloves, safety glasses, bright white sanded grout, putty knife, picture hanging wire and silver D hook hangers.
Determine size of wall hanging, this one is 3' x 4'. Cut plywood the size needed, build a frame on back side. Attach wire and ring hooks for hanging. Paint sides white with acrylic paint. No need to paint the entire board. Wear safety glasses & heavy duty gloves. Wrap small towel around hammer, carefully break mirror tile. A center strike with hammer will give you curved pieces. Find center of board vertical & horizontally with chalk, sketch shape of tree. Position mirrored pieces following sketch leaving spaces between each piece. Butter the pieces with tile adhesive and attach to board. Allow to dry 24 hours. Mix sanded grout with water in large bucket per package instructions.
With large spoon, drop grout on board.Cover entire board with grout. Smooth grout with wet large sponge. Remove grout off mirror pieces before it sets up. Once grout is even and smooth, let it dry 24 hours or longer before hanging.Add bling using E-6000 to attach crushed leftover mirror pieces or purchase crystals.
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Looks Like Santa Loves Hot Chocolate & Cookies
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Santa's Favorite Loves... Santa was on his way to North Carolina to select a Christmas tree for Mrs. Claus and the elves at the North Pole. Since he knows along the route who has the best cookies and hot chocolate he decided to stop in Upper East Tennessee for some cookies and cup or two of hot chocolate. Santa said, "Liz always makes my favorites, even cookies that look like me! And while I am here, I will make sure to get there Christmas lists and wish everyone a Merry Christmas!"
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Milano Reindeer Cookies You will need a silicone small bow mold.
Ingredients: 12–Milano-Dark Chocolate Cookies Pepperidge Farm brand 1/4-cup Ghirardelli Dark Chocolate Melting Wafers 12– Cinnamon Red Candies ( or M & M’s) 24– Chocolate Chips 1/4 cup canned vanilla frosting 2-Disposable piping bags or zip lock bag for piping chocolate antlers & attachments 12-mini candy melts- green for tiny bows
Instructions: 1.Line a baking sheet with parchment paper, set aside. 2.In small saucepan boil 1/2 cup water. Remove from heat. 3.In dry glass measuring cup add melting wafers. Place this cup in saucepan with hot water. Be sure not to get any water or steam on the chocolate. Stir to melt. 4.Using a disposable piping bag with no tip, add melted chocolate. Clip small opening of filled piping bag and pipe antlers onto parchment paper. Allow to sit until solid and able to pick up. Melt green candy, fill bow mold. chill. 5.Remove antlers to clean sheet of parchment paper. With melted chocolate, pipe medium sized dots on ends of antlers ( this is the glue to attach the antlers to the head of cookie.) 6.To help reinforce the antlers, connect the chocolate dots with melted chocolate. While chocolate is wet, gently press one end of cookie to the melted chocolate. Allow chocolate to harden before moving cookie. 7.Fill second piping bag with frosting, make dots for eyes and nose, then add chips and red candy. Add green bows with frosting "glue". Allow to harden before storing in covered container. Yield: 12 cookies All About the Table Magazine-2022- December Special Issue-15
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Snowman faces are jumbo marshmallows cut in half. Pipe features with chocolate & orange frosting. Use piping tip#3. Dip sticky side of marshmallow in confectioners sugar.Store in covered container.
Santa's Fave MADE FOR MERRIMENT
Create a hot chocolate board for Christmas Gatherings! Jumbo marshmallows decorated like snowmen faces, mini candy canes, striped yogurt mini pretzels, mini marshmallows, white chocolate and dark chocolate spoons spilling over with sprinkles, peppermint bark, red licorice, fresh whipped cream & cookies on the side! Start with Hot Chocolate then let your imagination create a winter whipped cream day and marshmallow world!
Santas Favorite Hot Chocolate Recipe 6– 1/2 cups whole or 2% milk 1–1/4 cups semi sweet chocolate,* grated 1/4 teaspoon salt 2/3 cup boiling water 1 cup sugar 1–1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1–1/4 cups semi sweet chocolate, grated Instructions: 1.In large saucepan, combine grated chocolate, sugar and salt. Add boiling water, stir to combine. 2.Bring mixture to a boil, add milk, heat until hot but not boiling. Stir as not to scorch mixture. 3.Add vanilla, stir to combine. Pour into thermos or carafe/mugs. Garnish with assorted condiments. Yield: 8 servings *or use Organic Dark Chocolate All About the Table Magazine-2022- December Special -17 Issue
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Christmas Tree Cutting Tailgate On a snow blustery Saturday morning a few weeks before Christmas, we bundle up in winter jackets, hats and gloves and of course boots, for a traditional Christmas tree hunting adventure.With a packed wicker basket, blankets and a thermos full of hot Caramel Almond Mocha, we jumped in the truck and headed for the tree cutting farm in North Carolina. As we arrive at the farm, families of all ages were already dragging cut evergreens down the snow packed trail. Some families have their trees mounted to their cars and trunks open for tailgating. Now, we must decide… do we look for the tree first or do we tailgate? The decision is made to enjoy our tailgate before heading to the rows of snow-flocked evergreens. The plan is to find a Frasier Fir, some garland and a couple of wreaths to take home. We are so excited about finding the perfect tree with all the trimmings and enjoying our warm & cozy tailgate.
Awe.. the Smell of Fresh Cut Evergreen
Whether nestled under snow covered branches or sitting on a Tailgate This menu will keep you warm and cozy. All About the Table Magazine-2022- December Special Issue-21
Christmas Tree Cutting Tailgate Menu On the Menu... Italian Tortellini Soup, Cornmeal Muffins, Christmas Tree Cookies* & Caramel Maple Almond Mochas. Yum! What a great way to warm the soul and body before searching for the perfect tree & trimmings. *linked recipes
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Caramel Maple Almond Mocha 4 cups almond milk, 1-1/3 cups brewed coffee, 1/2 cup maple syrup, 6 tablespoons caramel ice cream topping-divided, 4 tablespoons organic special dark cocoa-divided
Italian Tortellini Soup 3 cups each beef & chicken broth 1-9 oz. pkg refrigerated sweet Italian sausage tortellini 1-15 oz can Cannellini beans 1-14 oz can diced tomatoes with basil, garlic, oregano 2 teaspoons ground tumeric 1/2 teaspoon salt, pepper, oregano 2 teaspoons minced garlic 1-1/2 cups fresh baby spinach leaves 1/2 cup baby kale leaves Parmesan cheese, shredded garnish
Instructions: combine all ingredients in large saucepan. Stir until simmering but not boiling. Place in thermos or individual mugs, Garnish with whipped cream, reserved caramel topping, dust with cocoa. Yield: 4-6 servings
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Holiday Plaid Makes Tailgate Cozy Setting
Cuddle up with red, black and white plaid color scheme to create a warm and cozy tree cutting tailgate. While the snow is falling, this blanket provides a lovely table spread for our tailgate, along with gloves & scarf. Setting the tailgate in a pick up truck is so much fun. Begin with white dinner plates to serve as chargers that will support menu; while black and white zebra salad plates feature mini red cocottes full of warm Italian Tortellini soup. Striped black & white mugs adds contrast and interest to the overall plaid scheme. Caramel Almond Mocha & Whipped Cream will taste great in these mugs on a cold wintery day. Go for real dinnerware make it memorable. All About the Table Magazine-2022- December Special Issue-24
Now it Looks & Feels like Christmas... Our trip to the tree farm with our tailgate was memorable in the mountains, now the real adventure begins. Decorating the tree with all the trimmings.
Stir up this season with memorable events your family. Whether its tree cutting in the woods or baking cookies. You don't have to do it all, just select one thing and make it over the top special...memorable.
May You Have A Blessed, Warm & Cozy Christmas!
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All Spruced Up...for Christmas! With boxes of Christmas decor waiting to make their long awaited debut take a moment to think of creative ways to spruce up your home for the holidays by making something old-new again. Create the beauty of Christmas with a few simple decor ideas. Decorating our homes for Christmas is one of the greatest joys of the season, but if you’ re like most of us, we want a little something new each year to make our home warm and welcoming. Take a look at the following options. All About the Table Magazine-2022- December Special Issue-26
Candles Gather greenery from the yard to form a ring, add candles and place on a decorative plate. Freshen old candles with new shimmer and shine with a bit of glue and glitter. Wrap pillar candles in painters tape; glue the exposed areas and coat with coordinating glitter, red on red, silver on silver or as desired. If the candlewick is burned beyond recognition, cut it down and fit the candle with a LED tea light. You will be able to reuse the candle for seasons to come.
Fancy Fold & Settings Deck out your table with a festive napkin fold. Learn how to make a napkin look like a Christmas tree or other holiday fold. Mix and match last year’s dinnerware with new pristine white dinner plates and add a color coordinated charger. Tap on linked photo. All About the Table Magazine-2022- December Special Issue-28
Pillows & Packages Layer ribbon on packages and pillows. Pretend your pillow is a package and tie a giant ribbon bow in a bright color to the center. For this bow and other packaging, choose wired edged ribbon in a color to match your room décor. Cozy up a sofa or bed with these festive pillow packages of color. Cover old pillows with purchased pillow covers. Many patterns are available and they are simple to use.Un-zip and insert the pillow, re-zip and go!
Twist two thin faux garlands together to make one full garland; fill with fresh pine pieces to make it look full and smell like fresh pine. Spray essential pine oil or cinnamon oil on the branches for the smells of Christmas if needed.Consider hanging a garland on your bed frame in addition to the mantel, staircase and door frames. Flock it for snowy feel. Sno-floc is great. All About the Table Magazine-2022- December Special Issue-27
Yuletide Signage Purchase a framed print of your favorite yuletide saying and attach two cabinet door handles to the sides and create a tray.
Embellish the framed print with cut-out contact paper stars or additional designs that are inside the print. Remove peel & stick in place. Lean this signage on your mantel, in a bathroom or use as a serving tray. The glass from the framed print will keep your artwork protected. While you are sprucing up your home for Christmas; imagine your tree trimmed and twinkling, your candles glittered and gleaming, all of your gifts purchased, wrapped and holiday baking is ready to serve. With these ideas and inspiration your home will be decked out in no time!
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Made for Giving
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Butterfinger Truffles 5–6 Butterfinger candy bars, 1.9 ounce size for each bar 2 –4 ounce packages Baker’s Semi-Sweet chocolate bars 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream Decorative packaging Instructions 1. Unwrap all candy bars, place two into food processor bowl fitted with steel blade. Pulverize candy to fine dust. Remove to small bowl, set aside for coating truffles. 2. Chop finely the remaining candy bars, reserve for the ganache truffles. 3. In microwave safe measuring cup, add 1/2 cup heavy cream, heat in microwave 50 seconds. Set aside to cool slightly. 4. Finely chop chocolate bars with a chef’s knife, add chopped chocolate to the heavy cream. Allow to sit 1 minute before stirring. With a wooden spoon, stir chocolate until smooth and creamy. 5. Add reserved chopped candy bars to ganache. Stir to blend. Cover ganache with plastic wrap and chill for 60 minutes. 6. With a 1-inch scoop, scoop ganache into balls. Coat balls in reserved pulverized candy bars. You can use a tablespoon to scoop the ganache, creating 1/2″ round truffles. This will yield up to 24 truffles. 7. Set truffles on baking sheet with parchment and allow to set. Chill the truffles in refrigerator until firm. 8. Package truffles as desired. Can subsitute butterfingers for other candies or bars. Truffles will last 7 days refrigerated. Keep chilled. Yield: 24 Truffles
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Stir up some Fun!
Dark & White Chocolate Spoons
Fill silicone spoon mold with melted Ghirardelli White & Dark Chocolate wafers, release mold after set. Drop melted chocolate on spoon base, sprinkle with crushed peppermint & candy sprinkles.
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White & Dark Chocolate Peppermint Bark Ingredients; 12 ounces Ghiradelli white chocolate wafers 6 ounces Ghiradelli dark chocolate wafers 1 1/2 teaspoons vegetable, coconut, or canola oil 1/2 teaspoon peppermint extract or 1/4 taspoon peppermint oil 3-5 candy canes, crushed Instructions: 1. Line the bottom and sides of 8-inch square baking pan with parchment paper. Set aside. 2. Place white chocolate in glass microwaveable bowl at 30 second intervals until melted. Add peppermint extract or oil. 3. Pour half of the white chocolate into prepared pan, Smooth with off set spatula. Chill. Repeat process with dark chocolate, except do not add peppermint oil/extract. Chill 5 minutes.
4.Add remaining white chocolate over chilled dark chocolate layer. While wet, sprinkle with crushed and chopped peppermints. 5. Allow bark to set 30 minutes before cutting into squares or breaking into pieces. 6. Store candy in covered container. 7. Can be frozen after making. Yield: 1-1/2 pounds bark
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Gift DIY Scented Rice Warming Pad
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Gingerbread House Cookie Board Gift Idea
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Table Talk by Connie Clyburn
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The Perfect Gift God’s precious gift to us for all time. For this day in the city of David there has been born for you a Savior, who is Christ the Lord (the Messiah). Luke 2:11 AMP Just like my heavenly Father, I love giving gifts. Christmastime sends me looking for the perfect surprise for each person on my list. I don’t want to scoop up the first thing I come to and hand it to them in a gift-bag (yep, I’m a gift bag giver). I want the present to be something the recipient can really use instead of having them mumble a quick, “Thanks, you shouldn’t have.”- and then shove it to the back of a closet shelf for later White Elephant giving. I will stalk thrift stores and half-off sales for the perfect meaningful gift. I want to give a gift of worth, but I can’'t always spend the big bucks on each person. My inner sleuth sends me on the hunt for unique finds in boutiques and thrift shops. I want to give a treasure each one will cherish. Craft shows also inspire me. I’ll see a neat creation at a festival and decide to make all my gifts. Surely the giftee would treasure something made with my own two hands. Original and meaningful is the best, right? A store-bought, mass-produced bauble can’'t possibly top something home-made from the heart with a little glue on top. When my creative wheels start turning, I pull out my tackle-turned-crafting box and get to work. Over the years, I’'ve managed a few creations worthy of actual gift-giving. My efforts are heartfelt, but my work leaves a little to be desired. I’m creative, but not necessarily crafty.
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I’ve the recipient of many nice gifts gifts. over the years. Some storeJustalso likebeen my heavenly Father, I love giving Christmastime bought andlooking some handmade, but all surprise given from heart. It’s nice sends me for the perfect forthe each person on to myhave someone consider myscoop likes and dislikes pickI out a present foritme. list. I don’t want to up the firstand thing come to andjust hand to It makes me feel all warm and fuzzy.
them in a gift-bag (yep, I’m a gift bag giver). I want the present to be something the recipient can really use instead of having them As I remember gifts from Christmases past, I consider the most wonderful mumble a quick, “Thanks, you shouldn’t have.” – and then shove it gift ever given to me. God’s precious Gift. I want to give Him something in to the back of a closet shelf for later White Elephant giving. I will return. But what? What can I possibly give God? Do I need to give Him stalk thrift stores and half-off sales for the perfect meaningful gift. something? I want to give a gift of worth, but I can’t always spend the big bucks on person. On each that first Christmas night, Mary and Joseph gave themselves. They said
yes to the Gift placed in their care. The shepherds gave their attention as the My innerchorus sleuthof sends on the for unique in hallelujah angelsme flooded thehunt atmosphere. Evenfinds the innkeeper, not knowing anything about the events unfolding his backyard, boutiques and thrift shops. I want to give aintreasure eachgave onewhat will he could. cherish. Craft shows also inspire me. I’ll see a neat creation at a
festival and decide to make all my gifts. Surely the giftee would Majesty wrapped in human flesh. miracle to us throughand a virgin treasure something made withAmy owndelivered two hands. Original willing to be aispart God’s magnificent plan. I readmass-produced the story. I meditate on meaningful theofbest, right? A store-bought, the gift. Ican’t breathe in the Word. I receive allhomemade that God hasfrom giventhe to me. bauble possibly top something heart with a little glue on top. That’s it. My part is to receive this special Gift from heaven. He’s the Gift that keeps on giving. He transforms and makes everything new. The Gift When my creative wheels start turning. I pull out my tacklearrived on that night of nights to serve and to change all who dare to believe. turned-crafting box and get to work. Over the years, I’ve managed As we gather around the table this Christmas, remember The Perfect Gift. a few creations worthy of actual gift-giving. My efforts are The Free Gift of love, laughter, and joy–Jesus.
heartfelt, but my work leaves a little to be desired. I’m creative, but not crafty. Praynecessarily with Me:
Father God, Thank you for the precious Gift of Jesus. He’s the Gift that gives abundantly above all I can ask or think. I highly esteem this precious prize. Father, help me to receive all that Jesus came to give me. I don’t want to refuse anything He offers, so I open my heart to receive it all. Thank you, Lord. I love you. In Jesus Name. All About the Table Magazine-2022- December Special Issue-41
Table Talk: Come to The Table About Connie
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Connie is a freelance writer, author and blogger who hails from Tennessee. She has a soft spot for Appalachia and has been known to climb a mountainside to get a story. Connect with her on Face book @Connie Clyburn and on Instagram @wisdom from the doublewide or via her website: http://www.doublewidewisdom.com
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Merry Christmas! From our house to Yours!
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Recipe & Resource Index Snacks & Sips
Santa's Hot Chocolate pg 17 Caramel Maple Almond Mocha pg 23 Mini Hot Cocoa Bombs pg 33
Big Board for Hot Cocoa Board & Gingerbread Cookie Board purchased board from-House of Hyacinth Reluctant Entertainer
White & Gold Dining Room Tree Ornamentsgold, white bridal ribbon, polk a dots- Hobby Lobby Red Wired Ribbon-Hobby LobbyMichaels
White Chocolate Cranberry Ornament Cupcakes pg 3 linked Christmas butter cookies pg 13 Linked Milano Reindeer Cookies pg 14-15 Hot Cocoa Treat Board pg 16 Snowmen Marshmallows pg 16
Christmas Tree Mirror-Lowes Mirror, tile adhesive, Home Depot-white sanded grout. Linked Pages for complete information and recipes @ www.lizbushong.com
Soups & Side Dishes Italian Tortellini Soup pg 23 Cornmeal Dinner Rolls pg 23 linked Christmas Tree Cookies pg 23-linked
Goodies to Give-Made for Giving Butterfinger Truffles pg 30-31 Truffle gift tag pg 30free download link DIY Cozy Cuffs for Coffee pg 32 free tag download link Chocolate spoons pg 34 Peppermint Bark pg 35 Gingerbread Cookie Board pg 37 Phot o : L iz linked b u sh ong
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